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Latest news this afternoon (Saturday, January 23, 2021)

The Nation

  • Seven things to know about Sunday Igboho 
  • Attacks on Fulani in South-West may trigger 2nd civil war, ACF warns
  • Kudos, knocks over Sunday Igboho’s ‘quit notice’ to herders 
  • Soldiers escort herdsmen to Ogun villages, flog residents for rejecting herders 
  • Sexual harassment: Victim’s result still withheld by OAU after lecturer’s jail term
  • Again, Supreme Court rejects request by Abachas to unfreeze accounts in UK, Switzerland, others 
  • What men and women think after sex (2) 
  • Time for Governor Bello to end COVID-19 fantasies 
  • Man dies on wheels in Lagos 
  • Gombe partners NNPC on bio-ethanol fuel
  • Sule commissions remodeled Nasarawa Governor’s lodge in Abuja 
  • Judge’s ill-health stalls hearing of extra judicial killing case in Plateau 
  • Zamfara urges citizens to assist government with credible intelligence 
  • When Olubadan and ’23 kings’ partied together 
  • Buhari renews commitment to end banditry 
  • PDP Southwest: Will Fayose laugh last? 
  • Troops nab two suspected bandits in Zangon Kataf 
  • Lagos East Bye-Election seat: APC, PDP know fate March 1
  • APC membership registration intrigues 
  • Controversy trails Okupe’s son’s gay status 
  • That Ohanaeze may rise 
  • Debo Adesina joins new league 
  • Army disowns soldier arrested for robbery in Ondo
  • ‘Dancing Senator’ Adeleke remembers late brother 
  • Petrol station, shops razed in Nnewi gas explosion 
  • Boko Haram regrouping in Nasarawa, Sule tells Buhari 
  • Four feared killed as kidnappers attack soldiers in Ondo 
  • Kanu: Demise of a soldier of democracy 
  • Tipper driver crushes cyclist to death in Anambra 
  • NIMC begins enrolment of foreign diplomats 
  • EFCC arrests 11 suspected internet fraudsters in Osun 
  • JEROME BOATENG: From family outcast to serial champion 
  • Sunday Igboho dares Makinde over Oyo herders quit order
  • Varsity workers begin nationwide strike Feb 5 
  • Seven die as tanker rams into commercial bus in Imo 
  • Trump’s impeachment to be sent to Senate Monday 
  • EFCC arrests 11 suspected internet fraudsters 
  • Zidane tests positive for COVID-19
  • Oseni Aremu: I desire fortune, fame, and passion 
  • Equity, justice and patriotism as pillars for nation building 
  • Nigerian Players Round Up
  • University community only sane place in Nigeria today — Rivers Varsity Law Professor 
  • Incompetent leaders took over from military in 1999, says Bello 
  • 600 Nigerians stranded in Saudi Arabia, cry for evacuation 
  • Wanted: School boys as Golden Eaglets 
  • UNDER PRESSURE: Troubled Madrid seek redemption against Alaves 
  • Oyo communities at mercy of kidnappers 
  • Arrest me if you can, Sunday Igboho dares Makinde 
  • Fayose’s ‘N2.2bn fraud’ trial stalled as witness contracts COVID-19 
  • Akeredolu sets the ball rolling 
  • Why we backed FG reopening schools, by NCDC 
  • Hadiza Ibrahim: Dilemma of 12-year-old rape victim turned nursing mother 
  • VIDEO: You cannot threaten or arrest me, says Sunday Igboho 
  • 40 years as RCCG GO: Adeboye shares early doubts, challenges 
  • Ibidapo-Obe didn’t die of COVID-19, says family 
  • Tanker kills seven in Imo auto crash  
  • Insecurity: Akeredolu orders massive recruitment into Amotekun Corps 
  • Two decomposing bodies discovered in Imo burrow pit 
  • POS operators lament attack as gunmen kill colleague 
  • Confusion in Rivers APC over membership revalidation  
  • Ebonyi PDP petitions IGP, DG DSS over alleged threats by Umahi  
  • De Bruyne ruled out for up to six weeks
  • FA Cup: Rodgers counting on Iheanacho, Perez as Vardy’s replacement 
  • Tomori joins AC Milan on loan 
  • COVID-19: Napoli give Osimhen permission to return to training 
  • Man held for alleged kidnapping, raping of 29-yr-old lady
  • Four suspected kidnappers arrested in Ekiti
  • Imo goes tough on protocol defaulters 
  • Israel set to exit coronavirus crisis  
  • CBN to blacklist unlicensed money transfer agents over payment abuse 
  • We’ve made progress in public health sector growth — Osinbajo
  • Vaccine: We’re expecting final confirmation from COVAX — NPHCDA 
  • Buhari’s ex-aide Obono-Obla, two others charged with diverting N19.9m, forgery 
  • Regina Askia returns 
  • Terry Waya has burial to plan

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

Punch

  • 35 killed in Zamfara villages attack
  • Dangote, Adenuga, Rabiu make Africa’s top 10 billionaires’ list
  • Two feared dead as herdsmen, Sunday Igboho’s supporters clash in Oyo
  • Nine COVID-19 protocol defaulters convicted in Edo
  • Zimbabwe loses two more ministers to COVID-19
  • Bauchi gov’s principal secretary resigns
  • We bought aso ebi for Biden’s inauguration to celebrate freedom in America — Nigerian man
  • Trump: one man, 3,500 legal battles
  • Why I still cook at 75 –Onabolu, ex-Nigeria National PolioPlus Committee Chairman
  • Jehovah’s Witnesses release Bibles in sign language, 32 others
  • Niger Gov demands stiffer penalties for bandits, kidnappers
  • Five feared dead in Delta gas explosion
  • Russia wages online battle against TikTok, YouTube
  • My gay son will be celebrated in Nigeria, says Okupe
  • Russia detains dozens of Navalny supporters at anti-Putin protests
  • Human rights abuse, others may work against Nigeria under Biden – Ex-US envoy, others
  • CBN threatens to shut accounts of diaspora remittance violators
  • Supreme Court rejects request to unfreeze Abacha’s accounts in UK, others
  • Police arrest commercial driver for rape in Ogun
  • Two abducted in Katsina, Delta as soldiers kill four kidnappers
  • Four Lagos cops detained for extorting N70,000 from teenager
  • Everyone needs to be watered
  • You need God’s power to remain a virgin till marriage
  • Boredom may threaten your marriage
  • Osinbajo’s unfulfilled promise to end Apapa gridlock
  • A disgraceful exit to a dishonourable man
  • Nigerian economy: Recovery, growth and sustainability (2)
  • Trump: one man, 3,500 legal battles
  • Umahi defection: Ebonyi PDP seeks police protection, alleges threat to members
  • Mega party: NCFront opens nominations for state facilitators
  • We’ll wait for Okorocha to take action on new political alignment — APC
  • Court delivers judgment in suit seeking Abiru’s disqualification March 1
  • It’s North-Central’s turn to produce President – Niger Assembly
  • CBN threatens to shut accounts of diaspora remittance violators
  • KLM sacks 6,000 workers in seven months
  • NIN deadline: NIMC begins enrolment of diplomats
  • Ogun expands tax net to border communities
  • Lagos commences renovation, construction of jetties
  • FG’s January bonds oversubscribed by N88.28bn

(www.punchng.com)

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